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Alex Seitz-Wald is a political correspondent for the National Journal. Before joining the National Journal, he was the Washington corespondent for Salon and previously worked for the Hotline, the PBS NewsHour and ThinkProgress. His writing has also appeared in the Washington Post, the Atlantic, and the Nation.

Latest From Alex Seitz-Wald

Just How Wealthy Is Hillary Clinton?

If elected president, the former secretary of State would be richer than close to four out of five of her predecessors.

Meet the 'People Formerly Mad at Hillary Club'

Some of the Democrats who betrayed Clinton in 2008 are the ones most eager to support her now.

The Demise of Dixville Notch

And the uncertain future of an odd political tradition.

2016 Pre-Campaign Leads to Squirrel-on-Squirrel Combat

Democrats have created their own political rodent to respond to the GOP's anti-Clinton counterpart.

Anti-Hillary GOP Squirrel Dishes on his Meeting With Clinton

Democrats' mocking "proves just how nervous they are that my efforts will get Hillary not to run," the rodent says.

Fox News Looks for Smoking Gun on Benghazi, but Finds News Elsewhere in Clinton Interview

The news network favored by conservatives did not disappoint with its focus on the 2012 terror attack.

Hillary Clinton Evolves on Another Issue

The potential presidential candidate fields questions on a range of topics and leaves the door open to marijuana legalization.

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Just How Wealthy Is Hillary Clinton?

If elected president, the former secretary of State would be richer than close to four out of five of her predecessors.

Meet the 'People Formerly Mad at Hillary Club'

Some of the Democrats who betrayed Clinton in 2008 are the ones most eager to support her now.

The Demise of Dixville Notch

And the uncertain future of an odd political tradition.

2016 Pre-Campaign Leads to Squirrel-on-Squirrel Combat

Democrats have created their own political rodent to respond to the GOP's anti-Clinton counterpart.

Anti-Hillary GOP Squirrel Dishes on his Meeting With Clinton

Democrats' mocking "proves just how nervous they are that my efforts will get Hillary not to run," the rodent says.

Fox News Looks for Smoking Gun on Benghazi, but Finds News Elsewhere in Clinton Interview

The news network favored by conservatives did not disappoint with its focus on the 2012 terror attack.

Hillary Clinton Evolves on Another Issue

The potential presidential candidate fields questions on a range of topics and leaves the door open to marijuana legalization.

Show More from Alex Seitz-Wald